Boulder Trail Runner delivers shoes to clinic at 11,00ft

Posted on 25. Apr, 2016 by in Service trips

Boulder Trail Runner Tom Matserson, a former CU Physics Professor, visited Nepal last year right in the middle of the devastating earthquake that shook the high altitude mountain towns. He was there delivering shoes from One World Running to the remote clinic/hospital in Khunde near Namche Bazaar at 11,000 feet. The trek  took three days on foot, […]

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OWR in Belize

Posted on 14. Apr, 2011 by in Belize, Races

The wide shape appeared suddenly in front of me, looming out of the early-morning darkness as I ran along the water in this sleepy coastal town. Thinking it could be a jaguar, I darted to the side of the road before seeing that it was a woman, a bit heavy, walking briskly. She had on […]

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Shoes to Nicaragua

Posted on 13. Jan, 2011 by in Central America, donations

  We had a nice note back from the school which received shoes in Jalapa, Nicaragua. The shipment was delivered to a new school. Professor Debbie Young wrote, We have witnessed the use of the many shoes you have provided for so many people in Nicaragua. and how your shoes are going to good use […]

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